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    Question Help!!

    I'm very new to using the Joomla package - can you please tell me how I can get a consistent look for my links, normally unread links appear blue, read links appear purple etc etc, on my published page I have red, blue and purple links - eek!! Any advice would be gratefully received

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    Have you got a link to your site?

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    The link to the relevant page is:

    http://www.appleby.cumbria.sch.uk/in...d=54&Itemid=37

    Thanks - Tracy

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    Hi Tracy,

    I am not using the edugeek package, but usually to change those sorts of things you need to go to the joomla backend (administrator panel) then go to Site > Template Manager> Site Templates then choose select the template you are using and choose Edit CSS somewhere in the css file will be the colour information for links e.g

    Code:
    /* Normal link */
    a {
    	color: #4D84A7;
    	text-decoration: none;
    }
    
    a:hover, a:active, a:focus {
    	color: #333333;
    	text-decoration: underline;
    }
    In this case the top colour #4D84A7 is the standard link colour and the hover and active, focus #333333 are the ones you see when you mouse over or have already visited a link.

    The code above btw might differ slightly depending on your template. As Sysman says if you post your site you can have a look at the CSS from the browser.

    Cheers

    Shorty ( also from Cumbria)

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    Had a quick look at the page. I am guessing it has something to do with how you entered the links in the editor. I say this becasue the link to the English Department Information pdf behaves like it should.

    Try removing the link and re inserting them.

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    Thanks Sysman and Shorty, it's looking as it should now - watch out for more queries as I'm starting to develop the site in the future.



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